blackbird spring 2002 vol.1 no. 1



Tom Andrews’s books include collections of criticism on two contemporary poets: On William Stafford: The Worth of Local Things (University of Michigan) and The Point Where All Things Meet: Essays on Charles Wright (Oberlin), both appearing in 1995. His memoir Codeine Diary: True Confessions of a Reckless Hemophiliac (Harvest Books) appeared in 1999. His poetry collections include The Hemophiliac’s Motorcycle (University of Iowa, 1994), winner of the Iowa Poetry Prize, and The Brother’s Country (Persea, 1990), a National Poetry Series Award winner. Andrews died in 2001. A posthumous volume, Random Symmetries: The Collected Poems of Tom Andrews, was published by Oberlin the following year.